SATURDAY, MAY 20 @ 11:30 AM ~ Food, Music, & Beer!!!
Have you ever wanted to attend an ASCCA Team Weekend? Ask almost any ASCCA leader what first ignited their passion for ASCCA, and chances are they’ll tell you it was the first time they attended Team Weekend.
On May 20-21, Team Weekend will be in Campbell, California, at the Campbell Community Center, Roosevelt Room, 1 W Campbell Avenue, Campbell, CA 95008. Team Weekend info is here.
ASCCA Team Weekends allow ASCCA members to exchange ideas with fellow shop owners, network with industry vendors, and build camaraderie with other men and women passionate about automotive repair.
The San Jose Chapter is hosting a BARBECUE on Saturday @ 11:30 AM. For just $30 for adults, you’ll get some of the best BBQ on the planet (with options for vegans or those with gluten free preferences), beer & wine, and LIVE MUSIC!!!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:Saturday, May 20 (Dress Code – Business Casual) 9:00 AM Welcome – Pledge, Opening Comments 9:10 AM Introduce new members and first-time Team Weekend attendees 9:15 AM Council of Representatives Meeting 11:30 AM ASCCA San Jose, Chapter 42, BARBECUE & BEER!!
Sunday, May 21 (Dress Code – Business / ASCCA Board Shirts Optional) 9:00 – 11:00 AM: Board of Directors Meeting
Registration includes food, music, and beer & wine for the adults, soda for the kids.
Adults $30 per person Kids $20 per person
Location Campbell Community Center ROOSEVELT ROOM PATIO 1 W Campbell Ave., Campbell, CA 95008
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11 @ 6:30 PM Location information coming soon
Tracking and measuring results are key to the success of a shop owner. You can’t improve what you don’t measure. A marketing agency won’t only build you a successful strategy, it will also measure your results and help you stay on track to reaching your goals for the business. It can easily identify what’s working and what’s not—that way you can capitalize on your success.
Register now and learn the things you can do on your own to start building a strong brand presence now. Mike DelaCruz, Founder, Overdryve, Inc., will share the 5 easy steps for managing your own brand and he’ll also provide tips and best practices on how to select a marketing agency when you are ready.
ABOUT MIKE DELACRUZ Chances are if you’ve ever been to SEMA, AAPEX, Vision or ASTE, you’ve met Mike DelaCruz. He has attended over 100 Industry Conferences and has personally stepped into over 1300 auto repair shops around the country.
He sits on the Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation Board (ASCEF), he has won multiple industry awards and recognition, he has taught over 100 in-person and web courses to shop owners, has participated in multiple roundtable discussions, firesides chats and has also been an occasional guest on Carm Capriotto’s Remarkable Results Radio and Aftermarket Weekly.
Registration includes training meeting, sandwiches, and beverage.
ASCCA San Jose Members $15
ASCCA Members of other Chapters $15
Nonmembers of ASCCA $20
Location information coming soon! Onsite meeting only.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1 @ 6:30 PM Networking and Refreshments, 7 PM Program
LOCATION: Michael & Company, Inc – Auto Body Shop and Auto Repair Shop in San Jose, CA 380 Lincoln Avenue San Jose, CA 95126
What is professionalism?And why does it matter?
How can you be completely professional with your day-to-day actions?
In this class, we’ll explore all these questions so that you can present a professional image in all that you do.
We’ll also involve the audience in discussions of shop culture and professionalism—the audience will be those already working at shops and students who are interested in being a part of the automotive industry.
Student attendees are also encouraged to bring printed copies of their resume to this meeting!
WITH SPECIAL GUEST Maylan Newton, President, ESi
With over 40 years of automotive industry experience from shop owner, technician, and service advisor to one of the most renowned industry trainers and speakers in the country, Maylan combines his real-world experience with profit-building takeaways in a humorous and engaging manner that only Maylan can deliver. As the president and CEO of ESi Seminars, Maylan travels the country, sharing the keys to being successful in the automotive repair industry in his sold-out classes.
MANY THANKS TO OUR HOST ~ MICHAEL & COMPANY, INC. ~ SAN JOSE
After we enjoying sandwiches and sodas, we’ll hear from Maylan. Students are encouraged to bring printed copies of their resume to the meeting.
ASCCA Chapter 42 Members: included as a benefit of Chapter Membership
Members of other ASCCA Chapters: $50 per person or Bring another Shop Owner and You Both Get in for FREE!
Nonmembers of ASCCA: $50 per person or Bring another Shop Owner and You Both Get in for FREE!
AUTO TECH STUDENTS ARE FREE, even if they don’t bring a guest!
Jolly Holiday ~ Party & Neighborhood Decorations Walk
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14 @ 6:30 PM Pizza (no host) & FREE BEER, 7:45 PM Neighborhood Decorations Walk
Willow Glen is a quaint neighborhood just south of downtown San Jose with tree-lined streets, a Main Street-style downtown, and eclectic historic architecture. It all adds up to what locals call Willow Glen Charm.
Join us for our monthly chapter meeting at an icon in Willow Glen, Round Table Pizza of Willow Glen. Family owned & operated — now run by the third generation — since 1977 they’ve been creating “the last honest pizza.”
Bring your shop families, too! And a flashlight, too!
MANY THANKS TO OUR DRINKS SPONSOR ~ MIKE DELACRUZ & SHOP BOSS
Plenty of free parking is available on Lincoln Avenue, behind Round Table, on the neighborhood streets, and in the Bank of America parking lot a couple doors down from Round Table. There’s also parking by the park at the end of the walk on Camino Ramon & Willow Streets, and other neighboring streets.
After we enjoying pizza and beer (no host), we’ll walk through the decorated streets of Willow Glen, starting at Round Table of Willow Glen and ending at Willow Street Frank Bramhall Park, Willow Street, San Jose.
ASCCA’s State Government Affairs Committee is charged with the responsibility of increased credibility and influence in government and regulatory affairs. This Committee, Chaired by ASCCA Member Dave Kusa, Owner, AutoTrend Diagnostics, does that through its constant review of new and pending legislation and regulations, working with our Association lobbyist and legislative advocate Jack Molodanof.
Jack T. Molodanof, a business law attorney and lobbyist, has distinguished himself in the areas of legislative, regulatory and public service. Mr. Molodanof is a state registered lobbyist and is a highly respected and trusted advisor to many local and state government officials.
Mr. Molodanof is president of Molodanof Government Relations, a Sacramento-based government and political affairs firm specializing in government relations, advocacy, community relations, and lobbying. Mr. Molodanof is an attorney representing trade associations with emphasizes on general business transactions and small business issues — he has worked with the ASCCA for decades as an advocate, providing guidance and information for our Members, the Association, and the automotive industry.
Join us as Dave and Jack share an overview of the pending rules and regulations that will have an affect on your business. We’ll also allow plenty of time for Q&A, so come with your questions. Register now for this important session—these updates are important to the success of your shop.
Reports You Should Look At Now To Improve Your Shop’s Performance
Business reports are valuable and essential tools for any business, regardless of the size or the industry. Business reports are important tools for analysis of how the business is tracking and are critical to informed decision-making.
Join us as John Funkey, Funkey, Inc., shares his guidance and knowledge on the capabilities of the reporting systems Funkey Inc. works with so you can stay on top of what is going on in your shop. This will be a hands-on demo of the products!
Then Jeff Nott, team coach, author, speaker, and principal at Altus Business Solutions, will share his expertise in working with businesses to get more done on the business than ever before—by knowing what numbers to watch and pay attention to. Jeff will show us that by watching our numbers and reviewing specific reports about our business we can enjoy more profits, peace of mind, and a brighter future. That’s why business reports are essential to assessing your company and putting you on a path to success.
Register now for this important session—improve your opportunities for growth and expansion, guide better strategic decision making, and plan for activities that ensure the year ends the way you want it to end.
Your registration package includes game tickets, BBQ meals and two (adult or soda/water) beverages per guest, as well as designated servers and staff to wait in line for food so you won’t miss any of the fun!!
Each guest will have the opportunity to win Lucky Prizes during the game with their very own Scorecard and Bingo card, as well as read up on the history of the team in the program.
Choose one of the four delicious meals (order at the game) and enjoy two adult or other beverages, while enjoying the game on the private party deck.
Bring your friends, family, shop employees, or potential chapter members!
No tickets at this reduced pricing will be available onsite.
Purchase your tickets by 12 noon on June 11. Pick up registration packets and tickets at Will Call window at the San Jose Giants Municipal Stadium ticket booth.
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